Kimberley Price, ABC.net.au

Kimberley Price

ABC.net.au

Australia

Contact Kimberley

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • ABC.net.au
Past:
  • Bendigo Advertiser
  • The Standard
  • The Land
  • FarmOnline

Recent articles by Kimberley:

Central Victorians warned to brace for flooding as 'astronomical' volumes of water soak region

Heavy rain forecast for parts of Central Victoria is putting local councils on an emergency footing as they brace for rising water levels and fast-running creeks. → Read More

Riddells Creek's James McDonell prepares to tour with Australian Ballet

James McDonell grew up in the Macedon Ranges surrounded by dogs, cats, some pet sheep, and alpacas. Now, he's set to star in the Australian Ballet's Swan Lake Variations. → Read More

Recognising Eliza Ellen Russell, the seamstress aunty forgotten in Australia's history pages

It's well documented that after Australia's federation, a young Ivor William Evans designed the new nation's flag. But it was his seamstress aunty who produced it for the first time. → Read More

Boomers captain Matthew Dellavedova wishes NBA draftee Dyson Daniels 'long successful career'

Athletes from Central Victoria are putting the region on the map after a string of swimming medals, an NBA drafting and ahead of the Boomers World Cup qualifying campaign. → Read More

Heathcote, Rochester fire brigades call for urgent station upgrades including female changerooms

Male and female firefighters are "having to get changed pretty much in front of each other" due to a lack of facilities in regional brigades. → Read More

Echuca-Moama rental housing crisis deepens as hunt for solutions continues

A converted motel is one of the few options for people searching for a place to live in Echuca, but even there rooms are hard to come by. → Read More

Victorian teachers being offered financial incentives to work in bush, ease COVID-related staff shortages

The state government wants schools to remain open, despite a teacher shortage stemming from high rates COVID-19 community transmission. → Read More

Bendigo mother Ebonie has applied for 380 rentals in a bid to escape homelessness

Over the past 12 months, mother-of-four Ebonie has been turned away from more than 380 rentals. She says landlords see her as a financial risk as rent would cost more than a third of her income. → Read More

Disability support worker mother slams NDIS as provider reports substantial funding cuts

Community Living and Respite Services in Echuca says most of its clients have had funding cut, including all clients who require 24/7 care. → Read More

Popular waterski race, Southern 80, returns to Echuca-Moama after COVID delays

Echuca-Moama is buzzing in the lead up to hosting one of the area's most popular tourist attractions following its postponement in the wake of the Omicron wave. → Read More

Cost of living 'tougher in regional Victoria' as demand for services spikes

Food and housing relief agencies say regional Victorians are worse-off than their metro counterparts as the cost of living rises. → Read More

Fears patients will die at regional, rural hospitals with 'system overwhelmed', says emergency director

A regional hospital emergency director says Victorians need to demand more from politicians of every persuasion amid an overcrowded medical system, warning patients who face delays will die. → Read More

Duck shooters accused of inhumane activity during season's opening weekend

Allegations shooters have exceeded bag limits and inhumanely dispatched birds during the first week of the Victorian duck season have been reported to authorities. → Read More

Bendigo gets its buzz back with tourism operators confident post-lockdown

Bendigo benefits from a bumper weekend of tourism, as several major events and attractions draw people from across the nation to Central Victoria. → Read More

Families call for review of Victorian CHO's hospital visitation rules, say patients are suffering

There are calls for Victoria's strict hospital visitor restrictions to be reviewed, as families reveal their heartbreak at being separated from sick or injured loved ones. → Read More

Cadaver dogs show 'significant interest' in mine shaft as 50-year missing boy mystery continues

A brother searching for the body of his sibling who went missing in 1975 near the central Victorian town of Avoca believes he's closer than ever to finding him after a weekend search of an old mine site by cadaver dogs. → Read More

LGBTQIA+ advocates say religious discrimination bill coverage 'really dangerous'

LGBTQIA+ advocates say discussions about the controversial bill has already had a "material impact" on the lives and safety of the already vulnerable transgender people. → Read More

Central Victorian man to search mine site for brother's remains 47 years after his disappearance

A new search for a missing Victorian boy, who disappeared 47 years ago, will begin later this week. The search has been sparked by new evidence delivered to his brother in the past month. → Read More

Bendigo landmarks to feature in global boardgame Monopoly

Bendigo's historic and modern sites, like Pall Mall, Rosalind Park or the Great Stupa could soon feature on the global boardgame Monopoly. → Read More

Police in Echuca, Newcastle concerned by reports of needle spiking nearly 1,000km apart

Police in Victoria and NSW have raised concerns about the insidious criminal activity of needle spiking, with recent reports affecting women at venues in Echuca and Newcastle. → Read More